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Closer to a equitable future for the greater Caribbean

Mission

The Caribbean Spatial Justice Lab is a transdisciplinary network of scholars, professionals, and organizations studying constructed environments inclusive of buildings, engineered landscapes, and supportive infrastructures in coastal areas and communities of the greater Caribbean region.

Main research areas: inequality, coast, agriculture, and energy.

Inequality

Facilitate knowledge production and exchange between Caribbean scholars, practitioners, and institutions to face persistent inequality and social polarization. 

Climate Protest

Coast

Collect, compare, develop, and spread best practices in coastal protection and restoration that focus on the communities that live on them.

Agriculture

Collect, compare, develop, and spread best practices in food production in coastal areas on the designated geographic framework.

Energy

Collect, compare, develop, and spread best practices in sustainable energy sourcing in coastal areas on the designated geographic framework.

Related
courses

1. Architectures of the Common Wind. Black Spaces of Rebellion and Resistance in the Americas

2. Afrofuturism in Architecture

3. Visualization Research. Data Visualization as an Analytical Tool

4. Live Corridors: The Role of Architecture in Green Infrastructure

5. Urban Catalysts: Invigorating Boundaries And Intermediate Spaces In Architecture

 

More information about the courses...

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